General Course Of Training (OKD), Basic Provisions

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General Course Of Training (OKD), Basic Provisions
General Course Of Training (OKD), Basic Provisions

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General Provisions

1. The minimum age allowed is 15 months.

2. According to the general course of training, skills are tested:

general impression (assessed during the entire test);

movement of the dog next to the trainer (checked during the entire test);

showing the dog's bite and attitudes towards the muzzle;

landing, laying, stance of the dog (checked in the complex);

approach to the trainer, return to the place;

subject submission;

cessation of unwanted actions;

overcoming obstacles: an athletics barrier, a blind fence or trench (it is allowed to overcome an inclined wall, 1.6 m high and 1.5 m wide), through stairs and a boom.

attitude to the shot.

3. Exposure of the dog for the skills "location" and "attitude to the muzzle" up to 30 seconds, for the rest up to 15 seconds.

Exposure is counted from the moment the dog executes the command given to it.

4. Skills testing on tests is carried out in any sequence, except for those that are tested simultaneously or in combination.

Skills execution description

1. The movement of the dog next to the trainer

Command by voice "Near!", Gesture.

After the report, the trainer, at the command of the judge, makes turns on the spot (right, left, circle), then, while moving from site to site, the judge checks the dog's work when stopping, changing direction and pace of movement.

The dog should walk calmly next to the trainer, at his left leg (the dog's shoulder is at the level of the trainer's knee).

When stopping, she should sit at the trainer's left leg parallel to him, without falling over (without the command "Sit!").

"Near!" served at the beginning of the movement, when changing the pace and direction, when turning in motion, in place and when stopped. The skill is considered unfulfilled if the dog deviates in any direction by more than 2 m (the appearance of a gap between the trainer and the dog is more than 2 m).

2. Showing the dog's bite and attitude to the muzzle

At the direction of the judge, the trainer with the dog:

goes to the judge and stops;

shows the dog's bite, then puts on a muzzle, gives the command "Walk!", and he begins to move in any direction;

calls the dog, takes off the muzzle (the muzzle can be of any pattern, except for the loop).

The dog should be indifferent to the muzzle, not show resistance when putting it on, not resist when showing the bite.

Failure to perform the skill "showing the bite" is the inability to examine the dog's teeth.

Failure to fulfill the skill "attitude to the muzzle" is: the inability to put on a muzzle on the dog, dropping the muzzle or incessant attempts to throw it off, despite the influence of the trainer.

3. Planting, laying, standing

Commands with the voice "Sit!", "Lie down!" and "Stop!", a hand gesture.

The trainer leaves the dog in place in the "sitting" position, moves away from it by 15 m and commands (by voice and gesture at the same time) makes the dog take the required position. Each skill must be performed twice from different positions.

The dog must, on the first command, take the required position, not change it, and not move forward, remaining in place until the next command. When the dog changes position without the command of the handler, he must return it to the required position.

Advancement of the dog more than 5 m in all positions is considered a failure to fulfill the skills of the complex.

Repeated commands caused by distraction and given to the turned away dog ​​(untimely command) are considered handler's fault. The dog is punished only for distraction.

Repeated actions unnecessarily, for example, a command given at the moment of performing a skill, lowers the trainer's rating, but does not affect the dog's rating, provided that they are not given to fix the dog after taking the required position.

4. Approach to the trainer

Commands: voice "To me!", "Next" and hand gesture.

If necessary, call the trainer to the dog with a command voice "Come to me!" and with a gesture calls the dog to him.

On the first command, the dog must quickly run up to the trainer and sit at the left leg (bypass is not necessary). When a dog approaches, it is allowed to sit in front of the trainer, after which, at the command "Near", it must sit at the trainer's left leg.

The skill is considered unfulfilled if the dog does not come to the trainer within 15 seconds. after the first command given.

When calling the dog from a free state (after the command "Walk!") To the command "Come to me!" it is allowed to name a nickname to attract the dog's attention (the score is not reduced, the approach time is counted from the moment the command is given).

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